Sarah Hale: Using Editorial Influence to Impact Domestic Feminism

The nineteenth century was a time characterized by a lack of women’s rights and women’s education in the United States. While American women were fighting to gain ground in the classroom and in the work place, Sarah Josepha Hale made a career for herself as editor of the most popular women’s magazine in the country, Godey’s Lady’s Book. At the time of its greatest success, Godey’s Lady’s Book had 150,000 subscribers Read More…